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After years of teaching workshops and masterclasses in the DC area, Matthew Corozine's Meisner-based training has found a home in the DC theatre community. 

For MCS DC info, please email:

adminDC@matthewcorozinestudio.com

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NEW CLASS SCHEDULE

MCS is proud to announce our schedule of new classes taught by Madeleine Regina and Tatyana Ridgeway. Trained by Matthew Corozine, Madeleine and Tatyana will bring Matthew's unique Meisner-based training to the DC theatre community. 

NOTE: MCS DC will be on break starting September 1st (no class that night)

 Classes resume October 3rd!

MONDAYS

7:00 – 9:00pm 

with Madeleine Regina

Get ready for some Monday Night Meisner with Madeleine! Whether you are new to the Meisner style or you’ve been trained in it and are looking for a fresh perspective, this is the class for you. Rehearse monologues, dig into scene work and hone your ability to be in the moment every Monday! 

Location: The Actors Center

THURSDAYS

7:00 – 9:00pm 

with Tatyana Ridgeway

This Meisner class is designed to get you outta your head and into your acting. With multiple perspectives of the discipline, you’ll be able to see your acting in a new way and play with the Meisner style. 

Location: The Actors Center

$180 for 4 classes, $50 for a single drop-in class

Use the button below to schedule your class and complete payment.

MASTER CLASSES WITH MATTHEW COROZINE

Stay tuned for 2022 dates for

Matthew Corozine in person in DC!

BEHIND THE SCENES

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Madeleine
Regina

MCS DC Admin & Coach

Madeleine Regina (She/Her) is a Director, Acting Coach, Movement Artist, and Performer in the DC area. With a focus on accessibility in the arts, much of her creative work centers around theatre as a form of social justice, including devised projects such as Body. for the Capital Fringe Festival- which focused on the stories we have been told about our physical selves- and WISE Up, a production for the company CASE which brings assistance to adopted children and their families. Madeleine is a co-producer of the podcast "Feminist Fairytales", an audio drama that reimagines fairytales through an interjectionally feminist lens, which was recently featured on the BBC podcast radio hour. Her upcoming projects include directing Motherhood and Other Fractured Fairytales with Theatre Prometheus, and coordinating accessibility for Monstress with Flying V.  Additionally, she is an Acting Coach in the Meisner technique with the New York based Matthew Corozine Studio, a Life Stories instructor and educator with Theatre Lab, and a director with ArtStream’s Inclusive Theatre Companies.

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Tatyana
Ridgeway

MCS DC Admin & Coach

Tatyana Ridgeway (she/her), a native of Charlotte, North Carolina, is a creator, acting coach, actor, voice actor, and writer in Washington, D.C., Maryland, and Virginia. She values creativity as a vehicle to establish freedom for herself and others by mixing her joy, art, service to others, and appreciation of unprecedented narratives in a big ol’ bowl. In physical spaces, Tatyana’s most recent work includes “#ENOUGH: Plays to End Gun Violence” (1st Stage), “The Day That Nothing Happened” (Encore Stage & Studio), “Prayers of a King” (Encore Stage & Studio), “Now to Ashes” (THEATRE51), and “Body.” (Capital Fringe Festival). Tatyana is a Meisner technique acting coach in the DC community with Matthew Corozine Studio. In digital spaces, she recently performed an original monologue titled “through my hair,” a story of hair, a story of breast cancer, on YouTube. In addition, Tatyana debuted as a featured voice actor on the popular audio drama podcast “Feminist Fairytales”.